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March fixtures confirmed

United’s fixture list for March has been confirmed.

The reds will play Norwich at home at 15:00 on Saturday March 2 before taking on Real Madrid at home three days later.

United then play West Ham away at 12:45 on Saturday March 9 – though this match would be postponed if United progress in the FA Cup.

On Saturday 16 March, United entertain Reading at 17:30 and they end the month with a trip to Sunderland on Saturday March 30, kick off 12:45.

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7 comments to March fixtures confirmed

  • andy

    the game at west ham wount be postponed if we beat Fulham we have R5 of the fa cup on 16/17 of February then if we win that game the prem league away game at west ham will be called off

  • vitty

    Sorry Andy, you’re right.

  • Oli

    Fixture congestion ahead if we stay in FA Cup and beat Madrid, as then not only will West Ham away need to be arranged, but there won’t be many free midweeks and there England games on some where there are no CL games.

  • Tommy

    Fair point oli but I would prefer us to be in with a chance of winning all 3 comps than be out of europe and fa cup, thats what squads are there for to handle all the fixtures

  • Oli

    Of course Tommy, I didn’t say I’d rather be out the cups. But we do need to me mindful of City not having Europe and that being easier for them.

  • Tommy

    Yeah agreed Oli but on the one hand with city only having a game a week sometimes it works against you because they wont have the match sharpness of playing 2 times a week

  • Oli

    Yeh is a tough one Tommy. We will know how it affects both teams in May! Just takes one big injury in an FA Cup game to worry whether it was worth it.